Soul-Inspired Songs by Sister Sparrow & More

Classic soul finds its way into these new songs.


We're back with this week's new songs directly influenced by the sounds of classic, soul-era of popular music. Check out these featured artists:

Sister Sparrow - "Bad Habit"

Sister Sparrow

"I can quit anytime I wanna," sings Sister Sparrow (Arleigh Kincheloe) on "Bad Habit," mixing the stickiness of soul with an alt-rock feel.

Slay Scale: Obsession-worthy

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Deidre & the Dark - "One Night"

Deidre & the Dark

"It only took one night for me to fall in love with you," sings Deidre Muro on this glossy melody is glossy, aided by a big horn section and slick percussion. Muro's voice glides across the production.

Slay Scale: Shook

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Maggie Rose - "Magic Man"

Maggie Rose

Maggie Rose's voice naturally lends itself to classic soul, even in her previous pop-country work. With her new album "Change the Whole Thing," she dances between soul and R&B, and "Magic Man" is one of her best songs to-date. It's sexy, confident, and irresistible.

Slay Scale: Obsession-worthy

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